I've been wanting for a while now to have a go at making a 3D printed clock. Not making all the workings, that would take a hell of a long time and I don't know if it's even possible, but it's possible to buy the quartz mechanism for a clock from Maplins, Amazon and several other places and then use that mechanism to make your own clock. So, using 3D printing, I decided to do just that.
For a first one I thought I'd revisit an older design and use the Horde Shield coaster as a basis. This clock is based on that coaster, just with the rivets around the edge a little more detailed (although I'm not sure they have 3mm allen-keys in Orgrimmar) and placed in the hour positions. There are spacer bars as well which are glued to the back of the clock, protecting the wall (if you put little rubber pads on them) and a surround for the mechanism. The surround is optional, for extra protection, but it's better to have it and not need it.
Hope you like it! If people like it I'll make more (and I do have the Alliance one finished and just waiting in the print queue) so let me know what you think!
This clock is available, fully assembled and complete with the mechanism (and battery!) in my Etsy store - www.etsy.com/uk/shop/enterprisexddesign